Definition of Fletcher, John in English:

Fletcher, John

Syllabification: Fletch·er, John
Pronunciation: /ˈfleCHər
 
/
( 1579–1625), English playwright. A writer of Jacobean tragicomedies, he wrote about 15 plays with Francis Beaumont and is also believed to have collaborated with William Shakespeare on such plays as The Two Noble Kinsmen and Henry VIII (both circa 1613).

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